Combined Degree Programs

Tufts Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) and School of Engineering combined degree programs allow Tufts undergraduate students to earn both their bachelor’s degree and their master’s degree within 5 years. This rewarding degree track is an ideal fit for Tufts undergraduates who are interested in rigorous, innovative programming.

How to Apply

The deadlines are March 15th for juniors and December 15th for seniors. See each program below for more information.


Combined degrees are offered through the following programs:

Tufts undergraduate students have the option of double-counting up to two graduate-level credits (100-level or higher) toward both their Bachelor's and Master's degree requirements. Participating programs may consider counting one to two approved undergraduate courses towards the graduate degree. Requirements vary by program. Tufts undergraduate students who are interested in these programs should contact their department early to ensure that their course of study at the undergraduate level is preparing them for this graduate program.

Tuition and Financial Aid

Students accepted into a combined degree bachelor's/master's degree program will typically be charged graduate tuition during the 9th and 10th semester. Institutional grant/scholarship aid, if offered, will be awarded by the graduate program for the semesters the student is charged the graduate tuition rate. More information on federal aid options can be found on the Financial Services website.